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Weekly Journal #37

There were a few days this week that were just barely warm enough to eat lunch outside. I love being able to eat lunch outside, it’s such a nice change of scenery and so refreshing.

One of our favorite meals that we eat at least once a week is a giant tray of oven roasted veggies. And it’s so easy to make too!

The promise of warm weather has us very excited so we checked out a couple garden stores on Saturday. The greenhouses are always my favorite!

I woke up Saturday morning thinking that I really wanted to start sewing some skirts and dresses and told myself I would look into getting a sewing machine soon. Oddly enough when we went to Aldi later that night to grocery shop, they had sewing machines in stock so I snatched one up!  I started working on a skirt the next day; it was so much fun! 

This was my last week before starting my new job. I am very excited and not even sure what to expect. I hope every body has a great week ahead! 

0 thoughts on “Weekly Journal #37

  1. You can never go wrong with roasted veggies, I think I might whip that up for dinner tonight!
    I'm definitely looking forward to it warming up, I miss eating my lunch outside! Although, I need to find a new spot, since they've built all over where we used to enjoy lunch.

  2. Ah, roasted veggies is the best! And so is eating outside, I agree, it's so refreshing during a work day!

    -Kati

  3. I am so excited for your new job! Finally! I always thought your boss was not treating you right at the old job. What is the new one about???
    Sooooooo good to see you are eating all these veggies!
    Thanks a lot for your last comment : )
    Xx
    Larissa
    cenestquedelachance.blogspot.de

  4. Kitty on a sewing machine box. Love it!!! Congratulations on your new machine – and (majorly!) on your new job.

    Big hugs,
    ♥ Jessica

  5. It's true, fresh air and especially sunshine are mood boosters. That photo of Cloud lounging on the sewing machine box is such a hoot! Can't wait to see what you make.
    Do you sprinkle turmeric on your veggies?

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